- VTDecoderXPCService sucking up 25-30% of … - Apple Community
VTDecoderXPCService is the sandboxing for video content in Lion. All things that are QuickTime related, audio or video, are sandboxed by this service. It just clicked as to what it is.
- macos - VTDecoderXPCService taking CPU - Ask Different
I had the same problem - VTDecoderXPCService process taking up about 30% of CPU and when I tried to quit it with the Activity Monitor, it just reappeared right away. I didnt have any video related apps open or tabs in Chrome. There was a second process called Google Chrome Helper that was also taking up about 25% of the CPU.
- What is VTDecoder XPCService? - Ringo
VTDecoderXPCService is the sandboxing for video content in Lion. All things that are QuickTime related, audio or video, are sandboxed by this service.
- What is ''VTDecoderXPCService''? When I kill the process it ...
Whenever an application is using the os-built-in audio and video API, VTDecoderXPCService will start and will be doing the parsing of the content. If some application is currently playing video or audio (judging from your activity monitor screenshot, I''d say it''s Firefox), then all is fine.
- VTDecoderXPCService hogging CPU | TroikaTronix Forum
Has anybody experience with the process called VTDecoderXPCService. When I play one 1920x1080 ProRes444 video with quicktime CPU usage by this process shoots to nearly 100%.
- What is VTDecoderXPCService? | Opera forums
kyu3 last edited by leocg . I use Opera 48 (48.0.2685.50) on macOS High Sierra 10.13. When I started Opera and was using Opera, Multiple VTDecoderXPCService would run on macOS.
- VTDecoderXPCService hogging my CPUs | Adobe Community
VTDecoderXPCService still runs in the Activity Monitor but using only about 6% of the CPUs. When playing a ProRes4444 clip in QT Player, VTDecoderXPCService is using ZERO of the CPUs. Interesting, no? If I force quit VTDecoderXPCService, it relaunches itself immediately.
- OSX Lion: VTDecoderXPCService taking lots of CPU
OSX Lion: VTDecoderXPCService taking lots of CPU For some reason, maybe showing those little videos for swiping and multi-touch, the Trackpad system preference pane invokes the VTDecoderXPCService and its uses lots of CPU.
- Why does VTEncoderXPCService take up all my cpu?
Why does VTEncoderXPCService take up all my cpu? Ask Question 6. 2010 Macbook Pro. Pretty frequently, my mac will spend over 100% cpu on VTEncoderXPCService. It ...
- VTDecoderXPCService% High CPU Usage on Mac / MacBook - iHowTo ...
Fortunately, VTDecoderXPCService it''s not a virus, is not a permanent process of macOS or OS X and even if it is launched it does not always have an excessive use of hardware resources.